Thirty years. SEGA’s plucky blue hedgehog has been running for three whole decades. For some of us 1990s kids who grew up playing the original game on Mega Drive/Genesis, it seems absolutely crazy to think that not only would we still be playing Sonic games, but that the SEGA mascot’s popularity is stronger than ever in 2021. For those that grew up in the 2000s, the fact that Sonic Adventure 2 released twenty years ago may make you feel similarly ancient.Continue reading Blue Blur Legacy: Celebrating Sonic the Hedgehog’s 30th Anniversary
Blue Blur Legacy: Celebrating Sonic the Hedgehog’s 30th Anniversary
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